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Discovering Millet Place
new homes 13/12/2019
Why Goodluck Hope Development Is The Topic of Discussion
canary wharf 10/12/2019
Festive things to do in Canary Wharf this Christmas
Mince pies at the ready – the countdown to Christmas has begun! Now that your favorite time of the year is finally here, you’re most likely wondering what festive activities there are to do. If you’re a Canary Wharf resident or if you’re visiting over the festive season, then you’ll be spoilt for choice for...
Bottomless brunch at Bōkan Canary Wharf
Experience the high life with a bottomless brunch at Bōkan, a trendy restaurant on the 37th floor of a Canary Wharf building (with excellent views of London).
Royal Wharf E16 19/11/2019
Best Places To Rent In East London’s New District: Royal Wharf
canary wharf 23/10/2019
Pan Peninsula – More Than Just A Landmark
wapping 23/10/2019
Moving To Wapping Lane? Is It A Safe Place?
Open House London 2019 | Off the beaten track places to visit
Celebrate the best of architecture and design with Open House London 2019. Explore Roman ruins, discover innovative eco-friendly homes and visit some of London’s most famous landmarks all in one weekend.
canary wharf 04/09/2019
Canary Wharf Area Guide | Living in Canary Wharf London
Our Canary Wharf area guide looks at the history, transport, restaurants, green spaces and shops in the area.
London City Island 29/08/2019
The Inspiration Behind London City Island
After being given the title of the Best New Place to Live back at the 2017 London Planning Awards, the capital’s newest and most ambitious residential project has now taken full swing as London's residents begin to flock to the exciting new build. A 12-acre cosmopolitan neighbourhood of homes, restaurants, offices and various other cultural spaces, London City Island has fast become the place to own property in London.
A brief history of Pirates in London
When you think of the River Thames what springs to mind? Thames Clippers? Riverside pubs? What about Pirates? Back when the Thames was the main thoroughfare for ships bringing goods from across the world, River Pirates would often target them for their cargo.